Countdown to surgery

Four years ago today I was counting down the days to my mesh removal surgery and I was both so happy it was drawing closer because it had been such a long wait, but I was also very scared and … Read More

The UCLA Journey

Before you begin reading this blog and click on links I have given you, there is something very, very important you need to know. Whichever doctor you decide to go to, your decision may be thwarted by your insurance company. … Read More

Mesh is an Illness

Paintings are by a British artist Destiny Blue. The paintings above actually capture the words perfectly. How do you answer the question “How are you?” when the answer is so complex and highly personal. I just posted a blog with … Read More

Scar Tissue Formation

I just posted a three blogs about an adhesive barriers that is supposed to reduce scar tissue problems. However just like mesh, it may work on some people and cause others immune problems. There are lawsuits to do with this … Read More

Your Mesh Story & Mine

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There is not a morning now that I don’t get up without I feel very Blessed. It is very simple. The mesh that was destroying my body is out! But I am mindful of how many women still live with … Read More

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